The charts compare developing country and developed country used the percentage of water for different purpose which divided in industry, agriculture and domestic.
Summarize the information by selecting the main features, and make comparisons
It is noticeable that the proportion of agriculture water is the highest in developing country such as South America, Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia. On the other hand, the majority of water is used in developing country for industry such as North America and Europe.
In developing country, more than 80% of water is used for agriculture in average, the highest was Central Asia at 88%, the lowest was South America at 71%.The percentage of domestic and industry water used by far the most least agriculture. Central Asia uses as same domestic water as South East Asia at 7%, there are 9% higher Africa used, and the figure for South America is the highest at 19 %.
In developed country, half of water is used for industry, the highest is Europe at 53% and North America consumes fewer than Europe at 48%. In both aria, North America and Europe, the second highest proportion of water is agriculture used, which separated in 39 % and 32%. Finally, the lowest percentage of domestic water used at 13% and 15% in North America and Europe.
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